A Nightmare For Europe's Green Dream

Investor's Business Daily
February 2014
Investors Business Daily;2/ 6/2014, pA12
The article comments on the European countries' reluctance to take actions to reduce their carbon emissions. It refers to the European leaders' agreement to scrap per-nation caps on carbon emissions in a meeting in Brussels, Belgium in January 2014. It focuses on the views of some leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the impact of green or renewable energy sources on energy supply and economic development.


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